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ers players in a charity -- 49ers' players in a charity benefit. >>> and nancy pelosi went on the house floor to congratulate both the 49ers and the baltimore ravens. >> while it was hard to lose to the ravens, it would have been hard to lose to someone else, if someone had to beat the 49ers. >> nancy pelosi was conflicted over the super bowl. she rooted toker her home town, san francisco -- for her hometown, san francisco. while bay area and politicians have friendly wagers, nancy pelosi said she would never bet against baltimore. >> very interesting. >> kind of hard to watch that. >> yes. >>> let's go back to sal. get you moving. >> can i look at the tv again? i didn't want to see that. >> i know. i'm trying to avoid the ravens celebrating. [laughter] >>> we're looking at the toll plaza here. it's improved quite a bit. you can look at your tv again. there's only a little bit of a delay. that's about a five-minute delay. metering lights are on. pretty soon, they should be switched off. it's light getting into san francisco. we're also looking at the san mateo bridge in case you are driving f
. >>> it's time for today's political headlines. in a new interview, house minority leader nancy pelosi made her case for president obama's plan to avoid sequestration. the major budget cuts that will go into action unless the president and congress can strike a deal. >> we have to look at how we get growth with jobs. that's where the revenue comes from. you don't get it by cutting education, cutting back on investments in science and national institutes of health, food safety, you name it. so it isn't as much a spending problem as much as it is priorities. that's what a budget is, setting priorities. >> one law maker who does think we have a spending problem is republican senator and tea party favorite rand paul. he made a bold statement in an interview this morning. >> the president's now caterw caterwauling about the sequester. so many are saying the sequester is a pittance. $1 trillion, and we're going to increase spending $9 trillion. even with the sequester, spending goes up $9 trillion, we're not even close to scratching the surface. >> joining me now, political columnist for "th
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